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City Launches Second Public Survey on Carbon Neutrality & Gears up for Next Carbon Neutrality Town Hall

January 10, 2020 – Complete the survey and find February meeting information at www.a2zero.org. – ​In November 2019, Ann Arbor City Council passed a climate emergency declaration and tasked the city with creating a plan for how the entire Ann Arbor community could be carbon neutral by 2030. In response, the city, along with 60 partner organizations, launched A2Zero, a new initiative to support a just transition to community-wide carbon neutrality. So far, the A2Zero initiative has hosted over 20 events; launched technical advisory committees on issues related to energy, mobility, resource reduction and adaptation; conducted a public survey (with over 700 respondents); and launched a website that includes numerous opportunities for public engagement and input…